Joe I’m so sorry, It’s not that I wouldn’t love to help you, but I work a full time day job thru the end of this month & one week in Feb. I leave home before 7am & it’s usually 9pm by the time I get home. That’s why I post so late on the board. I just happened to take off early today for a dental appt.
If no-one else helps you, on Friday afternoon, I’ll be off work & can try to see what I can do. How many people do you think would attend?
There are alot of private wells around this area. Even some people within city limits here have wells - don’t ask me why. The guy who bought a house near mine had a well dug just last year & we are right on the city limit line.
The fact that the course covers wells is but a part of it.
It covers water quality, source contamination, choosing a lab, site assessment, EPA and CDC information, and a host of other items. Of course, it also covers loads of info on wells.
I truly believe in this course, and actually had the owner of a Maine State Certified analytical lab in attendance at a course I gave in Portland, Maine.
He came up to me after the class and told me that he believed the information presented was vital, and that all inspectors should take it. I was blown away.
Even if you dont have many wells in your area, the information is invaluable. Besides this, I wanted to make sure that if an inspector in Tennessee chose to attend, that not only would the class be beneficial to his/her business and knowledge base, but that it counted toward them keeping their license.
I cant wait to meet all of you.
Carolyn, if you dont hear from me on Friday, please call me. For those who could help Carolyn, please do so.